On Wednesday, President Biden was speaking at a Mack Truck assembly plant in Pennsylvania’s Lehigh Valley about his administration’s efforts to encourage citizens and companies to buy American products where he had a series of his usual gaffes and he confused President Trump with Obama “Back in 2009, during the so-called Great Recession, the president asked me to be in charge of managing that piece, then-President Trump, excuse me, Freudian slip, that was the last president. He caused the…anyway, President Obama when I was vice-president.” Biden said
This was not the only gaffe from this speech. At a later moment, he was supposed to share “three reasons why he ran for president” he suddenly stopped and realized that he forgot to introduce Pennsylvania’s governor, who was in present in the audience: “When I started my campaign for president – the guv’s still, guv, I didn’t introduce you. I apologize. You’re the governor of this state and one of the best governors of the country. Thank you. You’re a good friend.”
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Then he began to share the three reasons and only ended up with two reasons “When, when I said I was running, when I announced my campaign, and not many people took it seriously, I said I was running for three reasons: “One, to restore the soul of this country, a sense of decency and honor. And, secondly, to rebuild the backbone of the country. Hard-working, middle-class folks who built this country.”
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